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Alice LeGette

A life long Kentuckian, Alice has more than 30 years experience in Louisville real estate, specializing in properties of distinction, including Historic Homes, Farms and Condominiums.

She has been the listing agent for significant local developments such as 1400 Willow and Harbortown. Her negotiating skills and extensive knowledge of the business have earned her the respect of her colleagues.

Alice's goal is to be the best professional she can be and to offer guidance in the process of buying or selling from beginning to end.

Greenbrier College for Women in West Virginia and Converse College in South Carolina prepared Alice for her exciting and fun Real Estate career! 

Alice is a member of St  Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church.

What Clients are Saying ... 

"Alice is the best! She is by far the best real estate agent I've ever worked with. She went above and beyond and even helped take care of my dog. Alice's experience really paid off and she was able to manage several very difficult situations with grace and persistence. She's a real miracle worker! She doesn't mess around, and the house was sold in less than two months! I was living in California the whole time, and I was able to take care of everything virtually through Alice. I trust Alice completely, and she always had my best interests in mind. She gives great and practical advice to make things happen. Amazing work and very talented in every way! I highly recommend Alice! " - Teri C

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Louisville Area Market Stats
Total Properties: 7,765
Med. List Price: $175,000
Month/Month Chg.: -2.78%
Avg. Days on Market: 153
New Listings Today: 4
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